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Violence against children in Tanzania – Does it affect child education?

Despite Tanzania’s efforts to end child violence, awareness on the prevention and strategies are generally inadequate. Violence against children has revealed a profound impact on core aspects of emotional, behavioral, and physical health as well as social development throughout life and mostly...

Morris

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Created 03/08/2021

Women scientists capture public attention as COVID-19 rages across the world

Dr Lyda Osorio says she’s no Shakira, but she may be just as famous in some parts of Colombia. As the COVID-19 pandemic was escalating in the country a year ago, the mayor of Cali, the third-largest city, decided to assemble a team...

WHO

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Created 03/08/2021

Peacebuilding without protection: Yemeni women’s barriers to peace

Women peacebuilders at the frontlines face multidimensional threats and violence in Yemen. The Peace Track Initiative’s staff can only deplore a lack of international awareness to the issue of protecting women activists living and working in war-zones. As a new standard, protection...

Nadia Ebrahim, Aïcha Madi, Nesmah Mansoor

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Created 03/08/2021

A Critical Moment for Women’s Political Rights in Intra-Afghan Negotiation and Beyond

One year ago, on February 29, 2020, the Doha Agreement was signed between the United States and the Taliban. This agreement outlines a process for a gradual withdrawal of foreign troops in Afghanistan, Taliban’s commitment to preventing the use of Afghan soil...

Madhav Joshi and Louise Olsson for Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO)

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Created 03/04/2021

History Repeats Itself: COVID-19 Vaccine Inequities Echo HIV Crisis

In 2001, Maurine Murenga was pregnant and HIV-positive. She was living in Kenya, and a counselor encouraged her to fill out a memory book. She wrote directions to her village, details about her family so that when she died, someone would know...

Eyder Peralta for NPR

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Created 03/04/2021

‘She Is a Hero’: In Myanmar’s Protests, Women Are on the Front Lines

Despite the danger, women have been at the forefront of the movement, rebuking the generals who ousted a female civilian leader. Ma Kyal Sin loved taekwondo, spicy food and a good red lipstick. She adopted the English name Angel, and her father...

Hannah Beech

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Created 03/04/2021

Automated racism: How tech can entrench bias

In the run-up to parliamentary elections in the Netherlands this month, center-right and extreme right parties are outdoing one another in calling for a surveillance state that will come down on marginalized and minority groups in all its might. This should send...

Nani Jansen Reventlow with Politico

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Created 03/02/2021

Myanmar politics must be re-made, not restored

The growing democracy movement needs to look beyond Aung San Suu Kyi and the NLD, and listen closely to ethnic voices. On the morning of February 1, my hopes disappeared when I learned that the civilian government had been overthrown in a...

KYAW HSAN HLAING

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Created 02/25/2021

Vaccine Geopolitics Could Derail Africa’s Post-Pandemic Recovery

If 2020 was the year of the coronavirus pandemic, then 2021 is shaping up to be the year of the vaccine. Yet rightful optimism about the arrival of coronavirus vaccines belies significant barriers to vaccine availability and access in large parts of...

Zainab Usman

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Created 02/25/2021

Africa: World’s Biggest Stars Come Out to Support Global Citizen’s Recovery Plan For The World

Cape Town — "The urgency to get a vaccine to everyone, everywhere cannot be underestimated. As a country, we will be joining efforts to help the world recover better by ending the pandemic as a priority, addressing food security and hunger, getting...

Jerry Chifamba

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Created 02/25/2021

Women Saving the Earth

December 7, 1972 – On the last Apollo mission to the moon, astronauts took a photo now known as the “Blue Marble” photo – very likely the most reproduced photo in history – the first ever “whole earth” photo. As a much more...

John Coonrod

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Created 02/24/2021

Call to Action: Vaccine Equity Declaration

"The world is on the brink of a catastrophic moral failure – and the price of this failure will be paid with lives and livelihoods in the world’s poorest countries." Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General,18 January 2021 In January 2021, WHO...

World Health Organization

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Created 02/23/2021